Cash Flow from Operations definition

Cash Flow from Operations means net cash funds provided from operations, exclusive of Cash from Sales or Refinancing, of the Company or investment of any Company funds, without deduction for depreciation, but after deducting cash funds used to pay or establish a reserve for expenses, debt payments, capital improvements, and replacements and for such other items as the Board of Directors reasonably determines to be necessary or appropriate and subject to Loan Conditions.
Cash Flow from Operations means for any Distribution Period, an amount equal to the excess, if any, of (i) the rents and all other revenues that are received by the Partnership during that Distribution Period and that the Partnership is entitled to retain and use for its own purposes, over (ii) the total amount paid or payable by the Partnership with respect to that Distribution Period for the following purposes: (A) to pay the Preferred Return, (B) to pay principal, interest or other amounts due in respect of indebtedness owed by the Partnership or secured by the Partnership's assets, including without limitation indebtedness to the General Partner or LTC, (C) for Capital Expenditures with respect to the Acquired Assets (excluding for purposes of this clause (ii) all Capital Expenditures paid for by incurring new indebtedness), and (D) to pay costs and expenses incurred in operating the Partnership and for Partnership general and administrative expenses as determined by the General Partner in accordance with GAAP.

Examples of Cash Flow from Operations in a sentence

  • Segment Information – continued By operating segmentCHEP Americas 1,239.6 1,140.8 1 Cash Flow from Operations is cash flow generated after net capital expenditure but excluding Significant Items that are outside the ordinary course of business.2 The comparative period does not include the impact of AASB 16 Leases .

  • Brambles has four reportable segments:- CHEP North America and Latin America (CHEP Americas);- CHEP Europe, Middle East, Africa and India (CHEP EMEA);- CHEP Australia, New Zealand and Asia, excluding India (CHEP Asia-Pacific); and- Corporate - corporate centre including BXB Digital.WorldReginfo - 2adadbae-fd9b-4fba-8515-9ac68ac36dbdSegment performance is measured on sales revenue, Underlying Profit, Cash Flow from Operations and Return on Capital Invested (ROCI).

  • Free Cash Flow is Cash Flow from Operations less net capital expenditures and dividends paid to stockholders.

  • Cash Flow from Operations = Net cash flows provided by operating activities less net cash flows used in investing activities other than capital expenditures.

  • For purposes of this Section 8.02(r), Total Indebtedness shall be calculated as of each date of determination and Consolidated Cash Flow from Operations shall be calculated as of each date of determination for the four fiscal quarters then ended.


More Definitions of Cash Flow from Operations

Cash Flow from Operations means as to any Fiscal Year, the Company’s cash generated from operating activities, or a business unit’s cash generated from operating activities, determined in accordance with generally acceptable accounting principles.
Cash Flow from Operations means, for any particular period, the amount which would, in accordance with GAAP, be classified on the consolidated cash flow statement of the Borrower for such period as the cash flow from operations. The determination of Cash Flow from Operations for all purposes hereunder shall be determined exclusive of any Cash Flow from Operations attributable to the Non-Guaranteeing Subsidiaries.
Cash Flow from Operations means, with respect to any Person, the sum, determined as of the last day of any Quarter for such Person and its subsidiaries on a consolidated basis for the 12-month period including such Quarter and the immediately preceding three Quarters (taken as a single period), of (i) net income after taxes minus any extraordinary gain and any non-recurring gain on any divestiture and plus any extraordinary loss and any non-recurring loss on any divestiture, (ii) depreciation, amortization, and other non-cash charges deducted in determining net income, (iii) Interest Expense, (iv) Lease Expense and (v) with respect to Cash Flow from Operations of the Borrower and its Subsidiaries only, Receivables Program Charges, all determined in accordance with GAAP; provided, however, that (A) income attributable to any other Person or business that is not at least 50% owned, directly or indirectly, by such Person shall be counted, in determining net income, only to the extent such income is received in cash by such Person or a subsidiary of such Person in such period and is not reinvested in such other Person or business (other than as a loan payable on demand) within six months thereafter, except that, with respect to the Borrower only, income from minority Investments existing on the Closing Date and described in Schedule 5.03(c) shall be counted in accordance with the Borrower's past practice, (B) no adjustments shall be made to reflect minority interests in subsidiaries and (C) non-recurring cash charges in an aggregate amount not in excess of $30,000,000 in connection with the terminated acquisition of Coram shall be included as an addback to net income for purposes of this definition."